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Surprisingly coherent.

Surprisingly coherent.

The review is written by John Allen Paulos who is a mathematician known for writing well for laypeople.

If the book turns out to be good, it could be a good way to "spread the word," seeing as there doesn't seem to be a lot of Bayesian literature for the layman out there

I'm slowly working through a couple of statistics textbooks. They're about second-year level and they're, ah, heavy going. If there was something rigorous but less painful I'd be onto it like a shot.

(cough) those are the ones I meant ;-)

Then how about this?

It's got puppies on the front! It must be friendly and easy! :-D

Thanks :-)

Ha, I had the same thought! No prob, enjoy!